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problems exporting PSTs from Exchange server 2007

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hi, I am having lots of issues exporting PST files using the exchange 2007 management shell on a windows 7 machine 32 bit.

please see screen shot. I have also tried exporting manually via outlook and having issue there too.

Thanks for your help

Chris
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How big is the mailbox?
Did you start the PowerShell session as an Administrator? Also known as: right click and select "Run as administrator".
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You picture has a number of redactions but I don't see a redaction after -filepath c:\psts.  You must include the filename here i.e  -filepath \\servername\sharename\experts-exchange.pst and it must be UNC.  A local drive won't work.
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Thanks - you're right about UNC worked a treat
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